Everyone is a manager. Some people manage businesses, others manage their homes but mostly people are a manager of themselves.
To be successful, a manager will occasionally make a mistake. Most mistakes they make, however, involve reasonable and perceived risks. The cost of failure, therefore, is not so great compared with that of the potential gain.
The goal of a manager is not to avoid all possible mistakes. That in itself is impossible. But the goal is to avoid mistakes that can be easily foreseen and therefore are not worth the cost. To that end, a manager will occasionally take reasonable and calculated risks to find out what is the best way to accomplish a goal. If they never try anything new, how can they improve their methods and results? Therefore, it realistically holds true that where there are no mistakes there is no progress.
Therefore, it realistically holds true that where there are no mistakes there is no progress. This underscores the fact that a manager is not trying potentially new approaches to the way they conduct business. Ultimately, these new ways could make the business much more successful and therefore more profitable.
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Friday, March 04, 2022
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